Shami Kebabs

13 Responses

  1. Priya says:

    What do you do with “2. Lemon juice – 1.5 tsp”?

  2. Deepa says:

    Delicious and lovely looking shami kababs. This is my idea for a prefect meal.

  3. Zahera Ummat says:

    Thanks a ton Maya for this…u r a very good cook and more then that a nice person…keep up the good work

  4. alka narula says:

    Looks as yummy as your blog

  5. Mirium says:

    Can it be stored as ready to fry? Should we dip it in egg n then store?

    • Maya Akhil says:

      Yeah, you can freeze it for as long as 6 – 8 months. When you are ready to fry, take it out and dip in egg and then shallow fry. You don’t have to thaw it.

  6. Nannu Davis says:

    Wow!!! That one was a real amazing recipe!! and I want to try this asap.. the kebabs are looking crispy and yummy… πŸ™‚ Recently I found yet another kebab recipe… Aleppo Kebab Skewers in club noor page.. its basically a bamboo skewer.. but turned out to be a wonderful I have had.. Folks try this one too

  7. sheena says:

    Do you add water to the pressure cooker? If you do how much

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